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  • Gentlemen and common men hob-and-nob together, and no distinctions made?

    The World's Greatest Books — Volume 06 — Fiction

  • But as sitting down to hob-and-nob there would have seemed to mark him too implicitly as the weather-caster's apostle, he declined, and went his way.

    The Mayor of Casterbridge

  • Could he leave Arden, and the kingdom that he had created for himself, to roam in sandy deserts, and hob-and-nob with

    The Lovels of Arden

  • Most persons would, naturally, have sought safety in flight, and not stayed to hob-and-nob with this denizen of the jungle; not so, however, thought a lady of the party, who, inspired by her innate courage, or the fear of losing her dinner

    Umbrellas and Their History

  • My poor fellow! every shilling of your money went to them, and but for my peer's privilege I might be hob-and-nob with you now in your dungeon.

    The Virginians

  • My poor fellow! every shilling of your money went to them, and but for my peer’s privilege I might be hob-and-nob with you now in your dungeon.

    The Virginians

  • “Well, all I can say is, then, that she ought to hob-and-nob elsewhere.

    The Woodlanders

  • “He’ll romp with the miller’s children, and gossip with the mother, and hob-and-nob with the father.

    No Name

  • "Well, all I can say is, then, that she ought to hob-and-nob elsewhere.

    The Woodlanders

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